Monday, April 26, 2010

Adobe Air And Adobe Flash Betas For Android Platform

It seems now you can sign up for the betas of Adobe Air 2.0 for Android and Adobe Flash 10.1 for Android. Both seem to be under private tests but the signups Sign up links after the jump) mean that we will get a chance to flash our Androids to flashy iPhone owners.

Bowler hat is producing games for Android on Adobe platform and has a few games like "Chroma Circuit" (above video)and Qrossfire in the testing grounds, right now. There are more developers who has videos to show you.

Not only the developers but folks like Andy Rubin also seems to be excited about the Flash on Android;

“Google believes that developers should have their choice of tools and technologies to create applications. By supporting Adobe AIR on Android we hope that millions of creative designers and developers will be able to express themselves more freely when they create applications for Android devices. More broadly, AIR will foster rapid and continuous innovation across the mobile ecosystem.”

If you need more convincing, read Mr. Rubin's post on Adobe featured Blogs. Floowing Games and blog information about Flash and Air on Android platform are from Flashblog.

Chroma Circuit – Blog | Video

Qrossfire – Blog | Video

Gold Strike – Blog | Video

Fruit Smash Organic – Blog | Video

BaoZi Jump! – Blog | Video

Happy Peg – Blog | Video

StarMatchABC – Blog | Video

Digit Cards – Blog | Video

Tiny Dot Edit – Blog | Video

Slots O’Luck – Blog | Video

Mingoville Sudoku – Blog | Video

First Aid – Blog | Video

StudyShuffler – Blog | Video

Innocent Angel – Blog | Video


Sign up links for Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.0

Flash for Android, Adobe Air for Android, Android games,


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